Stress Management

How to Develop Emotional Resilience to Manage Stress rating

All of us work in situations that are constantly changing, are intense and are unrelenting. 

Your resilience supports the way you use your emotions to develop your capability to manage stress.

  • Identify your stress management and resilience with strategies to develop resilience in yourself and others.

  • Examine your experience of emotions to improve well-being and personal effectiveness.

  • Explore why you feel the way that you do in difficult situations and how your emotions impact upon your performance.

  • Determine how your emotional intelligence relates to your resilience.

A comprehensive course on the role emotions play in developing your ability to cope with stress and pressure.

All of us work in situations that are constantly changing, are intense and change is unrelenting.  

Your resilience refers to your ability to cope and adapt to crises or stressful situations.  Emotional resilience refers to how you use your emotions to develop your capability to manage your resilience.  

More resilient people are able to accept life changes and adapt to adversity without lasting difficulties, while less resilient managers have a much harder time with stress and change.  

Emotions are not about being soft and fluffy, they are vital in help you to make hard, direct management decisions.  Emotional resilience can mean managing the emotions that you yourself experience or managing the emotions of those around you.  Good emotional resilience enables you to increase productivity, improve morale, reduce absenteeism, retain your best people and improve team relations.  

In this course, we will explore the role of emotions in management, how and why they contain vital bits of information that can help you manage stress more effectively.

You will be able to identify what can help you and what can hinder you in your daily routines.  An understanding of the moods, environments and situations that impact upon your performance, for better or worse, helps you to develop strategies to cope.

Once you are aware of the types of moods, environments and situations that trigger these responses, you can begin to prepare new responses to gain more of what helps and less of what hinders.

Stress Management

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Course curriculum

    1. Introduction to the Course on Stress Management

    2. The Emotional Intelligence Framework and the EQ-i 2.0

    3. About this Stress Management Course

    4. Practical Activity: Moods, Environments, Situations

    5. Recognising Stress

    6. Can Stress Ever Be Described As Useful?

    7. What Coping Techniques Do You Use?

    8. A Range of Strategies for Stress Management

    1. Stress Management and the EQ-i 2.0

    2. Practical Activity: Assess your Stress Management

    1. The Learning Outcomes of this Module on Flexibility

    2. Personality Preferences around Flexibility

    3. The Differences Between Planning and Spontaneous Types

    4. Learn How to be More Flexible

    5. Ways of Working with Change

    6. The Review of This Module on Flexibility

    1. Practical Activity: Assess your Flexibility

    1. Flexibility Discussion

    1. The Learning Outcomes of this Module on Stress Tolerance

    2. Challenge and Stress

    3. Working with Stress and the Information in Emotions

    4. The 3 Phrases that Drain Resilience

    5. Resilience is a Mindset

    6. Understanding What Happens as Stress Increases

    7. How You Can Put Your Stress Tolerance to Use

    8. The Review of This Module on Stress Tolerance

About this course

  • $99.00
  • 47 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content